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Wauquiez Pretorien

NEW LISTING  MORE PHOTOS AND SPEC"S SOON

Here's an excellent opportunity for a solid performance cruiser by one Europe's premier builders, Wauquiez.  She is well maintained and continuously upgraded for comfortable offshore cruising. Rare Teak Deck 35 she has a beautiful teak interior with overnight accommodations for up to seven is ideal for a single or couple with occasional guests on board. Well priced and ready to cruise!



  • Price: $65,000
  • Model Year:1983
  • Boat Ref: 6311091
  • Boat Name: Lancien
  • Boat Class: Cruisers
  • Location: Astora OR, United States
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  • Broker: Michael Locatell CPYB
  • Broker Email: mlocatell@aol.com
  • Broker Phone: 206-459-0880 cell
  • Broker Fax: (206) 301-9291

Additional Contact Information

For more information on this yacht contact central listing agent Michael Locatell CPYB at mlocatell@aol.com or 206-459-0880 cell & text

Construction
  • Builder: Wauquiez
  • Designer: Holman & Pye
  • Construction: GRP
Measurements
  • Length: 35 ft
  • Beam: 11' 11"
  • Max Draft:6' 0"
Engines
  • Number of Engines: 1
  • Engine(s) Make: Single 1984 Diesel Volvo
  • Engine Model: MD-11D
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 0
Tankage

Accommodations

Sleeps up to (4) owners/guests in two staterooms plus two dinette and one settee/lee berth for a total of (7) berths. The MASTER STATEROOM is forward, offering double V-berths with filler; opening overhead hatch; hanging locker to port; privacy door aft; and private access to the ENCLOSED HEAD with integral shower next aft to starboard. General access to the head is from the forward companionway; large hanging locker and cabinet storage is opposite on port.

Next aft in the MAIN SALON is a huge U-shaped DINETTE, convertible to a large double berth when needed. Opposite is a single-berth sized settee with built-in bookcase over. Next aft to port is the clean and functional NAVIGATION STATION, with chart table and easily accessible overhead electronics. Opposite the nav station is the U-shaped GALLEY to starboard, featuring pretty and practical ceramic tile countertops and durable round stainless steel sinks.

Finally aft to port is the well-planned AFT CABIN, with standing headroom at the entrance, a built-in seat and locker outboard, and a double quarter berth. Centerline steps between the galley and nav station lead up to the large and sheltered COCKPIT.

INTERIOR is in the Wauquiez signature teak and is in excellent condition throughout. NOTE: teak and holly cabin sole; curtain window coverings.  HEADROOM reaches approximately 6'2".

Galley

Comfortable aft GALLEY features the distinctive Wauquiez ceramic tile counter-tops in terra-cotta color; dual round stainless steel sinks; hot/cold pressure freshwater system with hot water heater; freshwater hand pump; and ample cabinet and drawer storage for wares and stores.

Deck

DECKS are Teak over fiberglass; stainless bow rails; stainless stanchions; lifelines; navigation lights; fenders & lines; life jacket(s).

Keel

Ballast: 6400 - Lead
Displacement: 13,000

Sails and Rigging

  • 3 head sails.
  • Neil Pryde full batten main.
  • Doyle 3/4 oz spinnaker.
  • 2 other spinnakers. 
  • More info soon!

Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details

  • Volvo MD11D with saildrive. 2017 hr as of July 2017. Total Power: 25 hp 
    Cruising Speed: 6 knots @ 2200 rpm 
    Max Speed: 7 knots @ 2500 rpm
  • Engine instrumentation includes tachometer; water temperature & oil pressure gauges; hour meter; and fuel level.
  • Wheel steering with pedestal throttle and gear controls.
  • (2) bilge pumps; shower sump pump.

Tanks

Fuel: 25 - Stainless
Fresh Water: 66 - Stainless
Holding: 20

Electronics

More info soon!

Electrical

12vDC and 110v AC systems with panels and fuse/circuit breaker protection. Three battery systems – one starting battery, and two house batteries 30-amp dockside electrical inlet with 50' hook-up cable.

Construction

Hand-laid fiberglass comprised of alternate layers of woven roving and strand mat in polyester resin. Hull is solid glass with structural grid members molded in to strengthen the vessel's bottom, support the sole and receive the lower portion of the marine plywood bulkheads. Ballast is external lead secured to the stub keel with 1-1/4" bolts. The deck is cored with end grain balsa wood, which is replaced with solid fiberglass in areas of high compression loading. Slotted alloy toe rail; exterior trim is teak.

Exclusions

Any of owner's personal items left on board, including any items not listed in the specifications, are not included with the sale of the vessel.

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.